Bruce Willis in Detective Knight: Redemption
Entertainment icon Bruce Willis will surely be missed after he announced his retirement from acting due to his diagnosis with aphasia. Some of his final film projects are being released with Detective Knight: Redemption, the second film of the Detective Knight series that has him playing a take-no-prisoner cop.
In this sequel, the film also stars Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale, Peacemaker), Corey Large, Miranda Edwards (P2, Snowpiercer), Beau Mirchoff (Awkward, Flatliners), and Paul Johansson (One Tree Hill, The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day). Edward Drake (Gasoline Alley, Broil) directed the film he wrote with Large (Apex, Heist).
Here is the official synopsis:
Bruce Willis stars as Detective James Knight in this second film of the action-packed trilogy. In custody in New York, Knight finds himself in the middle of a jailbreak led by The Christmas Bomber, a brutal fanatic whose Santa Claus disciples are terrorizing the city. With the promised return of his badge in exchange for taking out the terrorists, the steely-eyed Knight doles out mercy for the just…and merciless justice for all the rest.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with director and writer Edward Drake on this sequel of the planned trilogy. We talked about his holiday themes for all three movies, how Bruce Willis’ announced retirement affected this trilogy with one more film to go, and crafting the perfect villains for all three films.
Detective Knight: Redemption is currently On Demand and available digitally today.
Watch the exclusive interview with Edward Drake below. Let us know what you think of the interview.
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